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Set number of connected batteries using AP9631 NMC card.

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Set number of connected batteries using AP9631 NMC card.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/15/2016


I have an SURTA1500RMXL2U UPS with a connected SURTA48RMXLBP2U external battery pack. I need to change the number of batteries in the ups settings via the installed NMC card (AP9631). I've set her through the command line guide but I don't see what command to use to configure this setting.


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BillP
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Re: Set number of connected batteries using AP9631 NMC card.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/15/2016


Right, I do not see an option for this on the command line for type of UPS when I checked. We'll have to fix those other issues up first and then we'll hopefully be able to take care of it. 

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Re: Set number of connected batteries using AP9631 NMC card.

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/15/2016


So I'm guessing this can't be set from the command line? Hopefully I'll be able to get the web interface working. Thanks for your help with these issues.

BillP
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Re: Set number of connected batteries using AP9631 NMC card.

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/15/2016


Right, I do not see an option for this on the command line for type of UPS when I checked. We'll have to fix those other issues up first and then we'll hopefully be able to take care of it.